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7th Pay Commission: Central employees will get a gift before the festive season, salary can increase up to 30 thousand

Due to the Corona period, the payment of DA and DR, which has been stuck for the last one and a half years, may start soon. For this, the salary will be increased according to different categories.




Even before the start of the festive season, the central government is going to give a gift of happiness to the employees. Only then can there be a good increase in the salary of employees and pensioners due to possible increase in Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief (DR). With this, the salary can increase up to Rs 30,000 according to different categories.

At present, DA is being given at the rate of 17%, but it can be taken up to around 30%. According to the report of Financial Express, traditionally on DA/DR, the central government can spend around Rs 30,000 crores in FY 2022 for the total budgetary impact of DA/DR hike. At the same time, about Rs 60,000 crore is expected to be spent on following this pattern in the states too.

Payment can be done before Dussehra
From July 1, the increased rates will be paid along with the arrears of two-three months before Dussehra (October 15), so that the employees will get the benefit of the increased salary. According to Shiv Gopal Mishra, secretary of the National Council of JCM (JCM), under the 7th Pay Commission, central employees currently get 17 percent dearness allowance. When the DA hike of the last three installments will be restored. Then it will become directly 28%. In this, DA was increased by 4 percent in January 2020, after that it increased by 3 percent in the second half i.e. July 2020 and now it has increased by 4 in January 2021. In July 2021, once again it has been indicated to increase. In this context, dearness allowance may increase to 30-31 percent.

was stopped due to corona
In order to reduce the fiscal stress following the outbreak of COVID-19, the increase in DA for central government employees and DR for pensioners was put on hold for the period between January 2020 and June 2021. With this, it was said to save Rs 25,000 crore in the financial year 2021.

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